Garlic Cheese Spaghetti

Families in countries around the world consume a variety of pasta dishes, including spaghetti, ravioli, penne, and the famous American garlic fries. Lots of people are now taking to their own kitchens to create recipes they can share with others, such as this Garlic Cheese Spaghetti recipe. If you are addicted to the aroma of garlic and its intense flavor when used in dishes, then you will adore this garlic-rich dish. In a short amount of time, you will have a meal everyone will enjoy, and the powerful smell of garlic will consume your kitchen and living room.

Garlic is a popular ingredient used in many dishes. The bulb of the plant is what is most commonly used around the world when cooking. In Brazil, it is a staple herb, often used to make beans, to marinate chicken, and to make typical Brazilian dishes, such as Feijado. This Garlic Cheese Spaghetti recipe has taken the classic Spaghetti dish to a whole new level. Some garlic, olive oil, and parmesan cheese, along with a few other ingredients takes plain pasta noodles and turns them into a chef-d'oeuvre that is sure to be loved by just about anyone.

Garlic is thought to have originated from Central Asia, though there is much debate over its exact origin. Garlic has also been traced back to the Ancient Egyptians, for use in food recipes and medicinal purposes. Garlic has long been known to help in the prevention of the common cold, along with other beneficial health benefits. Garlic scapes are removed to focus all the garlic's energy into bulb growth. The scapes can be eaten raw or cooked, they give a nice burst of garlic flavor to whatever you add them to. It is described as an easy herb to grow, and can be harvested year-round. The United States is the ninth largest producer of the herb in the world. Some other large producers include China, India, and Russia. This lovely, yet, intense herb can be used on breads, meats, rice, and pasta to add flavor and texture.

If you have leftover spaghetti noodles and some garlic in your kitchen, than this is the perfect recipe for you. It won’t cost you much, and you will be able to clean out your fridge. Rather than throwing out old pasta noodles, you can use them up in this dish. If you are a cheese lover, add some extra Parmesan, and indulge in the complimentary flavors of garlic and Parmesan. While you will need to take some time cooking the garlic in the oven, this dish won’t take long to put together after the garlic is ready. Try it out today, and share it with friends and family. You won’t be disappointed and neither will they.

This great recipe blog is created by a guy named Peter and it is a labor of love that expresses his passion for cooking and bringing family and friends around the kitchen table. He is a Fifty plus year old Husband and Father from Chicago. He believes that our experience of food is something that sticks with us. Food is our fuel. And as the title suggests, food fills our bellies, but more importantly, fills our souls. He enjoys the chance to share his kitchen experiences with his guests and with his readers, and likes having the opportunity to share what he loves to do, and thanks his readers for joining him on his cooking journey.


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